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The following content has been written by Simon Earles, a MARA registered migration agent with whom I have been working closely on this website since March 2014. Simon has already helped hundreds of my readers to move to Australia through our Visa Assessment Service. This is the fifth of his regular Australian Visas – News [...]

Divorce: Australia and the UK Compared thumbnail

“Our D-I-V-O-R-C-E becomes final today…” No it doesn’t. You’ll be pleased to hear that Mrs Bob and I are still happily married and I’m very lucky to have her. She is the best. I just wanted to quote Tammy Wynette, I have no idea why. What I do know though is that getting divorced in [...]

Australian Cuisine and Some Foods I’ve Managed to Avoid thumbnail

Those of you who are regular readers of Australia and New Zealand magazine will know that I no longer write a monthly article for them. My final piece for them, which appeared back in February 2018, was about Australian cuisine. Just to be clear though, before we push on, I’m no foodie and I can’t [...]

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The first time I went whale watching in Australia was in July 2010. We got the ferry out to Stradbroke Island, which is off the coast of Brisbane. From there we stared out at the sea from the beaches and sometimes from the cliffs, for about five hours. All we saw was, well, the sea… [...]

Spring in Australia and an Early Start to Bushfire Season thumbnail

In November of last year Mrs Bob and I went to Binna Burra Lodge for the weekend, just to chill out. There is no doubt, it is a great place to do that, the views are just spectacular. If you look closely, you can see the Gold Coast in the distance… It is also a [...]

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Regular readers will probably remember that back in the day, I used to reprint articles I’d written for Australia and New Zealand magazine, here on my website, about once a month. Well, that was because I used to write an article for them once a month and I’d put them on my website after they [...]

Bondi to Coogee Beach: A Sunday Walk Unlike Any Other thumbnail

At the end of last month, when the school holidays began, the Bobinoz family jumped on a plane to Sydney for a four day break. Top of our list of ‘things to do‘ this time was to walk from Bondi Beach to Coogee Beach via the scenic route. As you can see from the map, [...]

A Tasmanian Ten Day Tour with Itinerary thumbnail

In July 2011 my family and I went for a winter holiday in Tasmania. We were there for a week, spending four days in Hobart before driving north to Launceston to spend a further three days there. During the holiday we discovered that 7 days was nowhere near long enough to explore Tassie, and vowed [...]

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